In response to this, bookmakers have now made the former Luton Town manager the heavy favourite to be the next manager to get sacked.
Meanwhile, Leeds manager Jesse Marsch finds himself in the runner-up spot following their 1-0 loss to Nottingham Forest on Sunday.
The defeat saw Leeds go to seven league games without a win and the only reason the team remain outside the relegation zone is down to goal differences. In fact, Leeds are now without a Premier League win since the 5th November and despite a strong first half, the second half was anything but and the last of consistency is borderline painful to watch.
In contrast, last week’s favourite David Moyes has drifted right out in the betting market from 3/1 favourite just four days ago to a 20/1 outsider to be the next manager to go. This comes after West Ham’s 1-1 draw against Newcastle – a game that suggested that Moyes still have his team behind him as they’re all ready to fight back.